Google’s immersive Street View could be glimpse of metaverse

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By Brittany Hosea-Small / AFP Fifteen years after its launch, a Google Maps feature that lets people explore faraway places as though standing right there is providing a glimpse of the metaverse being heralded as the future of the internet. Fifteen years after its launch, a Google Maps feature that lets people explore faraway places as though standing right there is providing a glimpse of the metaverse being heralded as the future of the internet. There was not yet talk of online life moving to virtual worlds when a “far-fetched” musing by Google co-founder Larry Page prompted Street View, whi… Read More “Google’s immersive Street View could be glimpse of metaverse”

Pursuing A New Future of Innovation Through Digital Banking Strategy

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How has banking evolved during the rapid digitisation of recent years? The answer lies in changing consumer habits, tech-driven disruptions, and cultural shifts—the very trends that are setting the stage for the industry’s future. Millions of customers are going online, while shaping their expectations for digital experiences. They now seek personalised and seamless online experiences, with such demands persisting even as economic activities return to pre-pandemic levels. New players, too, are disrupting the landscape in unprecedented ways. Banks are no longer the key players in the market, wi… Read More “Pursuing A New Future of Innovation Through Digital Banking Strategy”

Capitalizing on Artificial Intelligence Opportunities

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a hot topic for countries worldwide, and both public- and private-sector organizations have already started leveraging it as a response to continuous digital disruption. According to IDC’s 2022 Artificial Intelligence Spending Guide, global AI spending reached $88.6 billion in 2021, and it is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25.6% over the 2021–2025 period. Canada, China, and the United States are among the countries in which many organizations began their AI journeys early, supported by government initiatives. Saudi Arabia is … Read More “Capitalizing on Artificial Intelligence Opportunities”

Far-right connection could cause ‘national security threat’ in 2024 election as harassment campaigns escalate

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By Bob Brigham One of the darkest corners of the internet is the subject of a new exposé by NBC News. Correspondent Ben Collins, who overs disinformation, extremism and the internet for NBC, explained that he was very cautious about filing the report on the connection Kiwi Farms with reporter Kat Tenbarge. “I’ve been covering bad parts of the internet for long time now,” Collins posted to Twitter in a thread. “For years, there was one site extremist researchers warned me not to cover because publicizing it would be dangerous. But it’s time people know KiwiFarms—and how they’re chasing political e… Read More “Far-right connection could cause ‘national security threat’ in 2024 election as harassment campaigns escalate”

5 College Football Picks Against the Spread (ATS) for Week 1

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By Kevin McGuire Athlon Sports’ college football expert makes his picks against the spread for Week 1 of the 2022 season. College football is back! After getting some good appetizers in Week 0, the sport you love is back with a vengeance in Week 1 with a full expanded weekend of games to break in the new season. And there are some good matchups that will carry early playoff hype with Ohio State hosting Notre Dame and defending Pac-12 champion Utah traveling into SEC country to take on the Florida Gators. Related: College Football Predictions for Every Game in Week 1 And, of course, part of the… Read More “5 College Football Picks Against the Spread (ATS) for Week 1”

Mary Boleyn Wasn’t Just “The Other Boleyn Girl”

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One historian famously declared that all we know for certain about Mary Boleyn could barely fill up a postcard. Truly, the mysterious “Other Boleyn Girl” will go down in history for her relation to bigger names in Tudor England. She was the sister of Anne Boleyn, the aunt of Elizabeth, and one of only two publicly acknowledged mistresses to Henry VIII. Thanks to historical fiction and interested Tudor fans, the legend of Mary Boleyn has grown to sordid prominence. How exactly did Mary “snare” a king? What scandalous act did she commit to earn her famous exile? Was she really so “promiscuous”? … Read More “Mary Boleyn Wasn’t Just “The Other Boleyn Girl””

Exclusive-Dozens of migrant children reported missing in Houston, raising alarms

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By Kristina Cooke, Mica Rosenberg and Ted Hesson (Reuters) -Federal and local officials are scrambling to locate close to a dozen unaccompanied migrant children, after Houston police raised concerns about dozens of migrant children reported missing in the Texas city since last year, according to U.S. government officials and related emails reviewed by Reuters. The cases underscore the challenges for U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration as it faces a record number of unaccompanied kids arriving at the southwest border it must safely and quickly release to sponsors in the United States. Ear… Read More “Exclusive-Dozens of migrant children reported missing in Houston, raising alarms”

Lululemon Set To Soar Into September

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Just when equities were starting to look shaky again after a decent run to end the summer, athleisure brand Lululemon (NASDAQ:LULU) has given the would-be bears pause for thought. They reported their Q2 earnings after the bell rang to end yesterday’s session, and the numbers were red hot. Keep in mind Lululemon at its core is a bricks-and-mortar retailer, and so among those stocks most susceptible to the soaring inflation prints and cooling consumer spending trends that have been gathering pace all year. Q2 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorTopline… Read More “Lululemon Set To Soar Into September”

Hormel Looks Cheap At These Levels

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Hormel (NYSE:HRL) is not the cheapest pick in the consumer staples sector (NYSEARCA:XLP) but it is one of the better values. The stock trades at 25X its earnings compared to 15X at the low end of the range with Kraft-Heinz (NASDAQ:KHC) and upwards of 28X to 30X for names like Clorox (NYSE:CLX) and Lamb Weston (NYSE:LW) and so a fair value at least. Looking at the stock from the technical perspective, Hormel has been in a prolonged and protracted uptrend that is still intact and it is now approaching a key level. An uptrend line that has been in play for 14 years crosses a strong support level … Read More “Hormel Looks Cheap At These Levels”

Capitalizing on Artificial Intelligence Opportunities

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a hot topic for countries worldwide, and both public- and private-sector organizations have already started leveraging it as a response to continuous digital disruption. According to IDC’s 2022 Artificial Intelligence Spending Guide, global AI spending reached $88.6 billion in 2021, and it is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 25.6% over the 2021–2025 period. Canada, China, and the United States are among the countries in which many organizations began their AI journeys early, supported by government initiatives. Saudi Arabia is … Read More “Capitalizing on Artificial Intelligence Opportunities”